The state medical examiner has finished the autopsy of the baby found dead in the Old Highland Park at the mouth of the American Fork Canyon on Tuesday.
However, police aren't providing many answers to the questions about the baby and its demise.Alpine-Highland Assistant Chief of Police Dave McManus will not release the age, sex or race of the baby.
He did say the baby, a full-term newborn, had apparently been dead for days before a Pleasant Grove man discovered it, just off the park access road in a grove of trees.
There are also no obvious signs of foul play but no reason to believe the baby wasn't alive at the time of birth, McManus said.
A quilt found near the body is the closest thing to a clue the police have, McManus said. "We're really hoping someone will come forward with something that will help us."
The quilt is red and white with patchwork-type blocks of varying design. It's tied with pieces of red yarn and backed with red fabric.
Police are hoping someone will remember tying the quilt or giving it as a gift to someone who might have information about the abandoned baby.
Several leads called into the police have so far failed to produce substantial information, McManus said.
Anyone with further information is asked to call detective James Cowan with the Alpine-Highland police at 756-9800 or the Utah County Sheriff's Office at 375-3601.
Utah state medical examiner Dr. Todd Grey said a full autopsy was performed Wednesday morning but results will not be available for a couple of weeks. Tests will help determine gestational age, how long the baby has been dead, evidence of disease and cause of death.